5th Annual VMA
Apr27

5th Annual VMA

Congratulations to the nominees and recipients of the 5th Annual Voices Magazine Awards held on Saturday, April 20th 2019 at the Earle Brown Heritage Center in Brooklyn Center. Below are the categories and award recipients; • Education Leadership Charity Tatah Mentan, Ph.D. • Non-Profit Leadership Jote Taddese • Arts and Cultural Ophelia Lewis • Business/Entrepreneurship Wagari and Beko Tufa • Community Advocacy Eunice Adjei Special...

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Ghana Trip 2018
Mar13

Ghana Trip 2018

On the 25th of January 2018, I embarked on a solemn journey of self-discovery, reflection and erudition by visiting my roots and motherland, Ghana. It dawned on me that it has taken almost 10 years since I left, in addition, I do recall leaving Ghana with the goal of advancing my knowledge on race relations, mental health, resiliency and historical trauma. My country of birth almost 10 years ago, and on my return, I came with my boss,...

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2017 VM Award Recepiants
Apr27

2017 VM Award Recepiants

The 2017 winners of the Voices Awards. Dr. Fatima Lawson for Education, Amara Kamara for Business, Sam Mwangi for Non-Profit, Elian Mambo, Entertainment. Share this:TweetWhatsAppLike this:Like...

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Elizabeth Knight Endorses Reva…
Oct31

Elizabeth Knight Endorses Reva…

WHY REVA IS RUNNING FOR BROOKLYN PARK CITY COUNCIL “I’m running for Brooklyn Park City Council in the East district to help create more unified, inclusive, and informed communities.  I will continue my work with residents, community groups, and city leaders to ensure more prosperity and equity throughout Brooklyn Park.”  – Reva Chamblis SUPPORT REVA CHAMBLIS FOR BROOKLYN PARK CITY COUNCIL “As former council person for the East...

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Dr. Huy Nguyen Supports Lisa Jacobson
Oct19

Dr. Huy Nguyen Supports Lisa Jacobson

Dear Editor, Please allow me to tell you about one of the candidates for Brooklyn Park City Council in the East District. I met Lisa Jacobson after I heard from others that she was dedicated to helping others, and that she did not just talk about it. She has shown me that is the truth. Through her work with others, she was able to help move a program serving West African immigrants from North Minneapolis to the Brooklyn Parks, where...

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To Kill A Mockingbird, By Bonnie Jude
Sep18

To Kill A Mockingbird, By Bonnie Jude

To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee, is a novel about growing up in the Southern United States in the 1930s. The story, told from the viewpoint of a little girl, covers a span of three years, during which the main characters undergo significant changes. The narrator, Scout Finch, lives with her brother Jem and their father Atticus in the fictitious town of Maycomb, Alabama. Racial inequality was the norm and African Americans were...

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